June 8 - June 11, 2020 IPMA presents 4 days of in-plant focused webinars by in-plant experts from across the country. We’ll have sessions twice per day at 10:00 am cdt and 2:00 pm cdt. And it’s free to all in-plants and suppliers!You’ll learn. You’ll be inspired. And you’ll see innovations to bring more business into your in-plant in this pandemic-fueled environment.It’s time to rethink your business. Become an intrapreneur. Learn how to be resilient. Embrace change. And build a plan for the future. IPMA’s Webinar Series is here to guide you.Whether you’re in Print, Mailing, or both, you’ll find topics here to elevate your in-plant. Just register for the sessions that interest you.And be sure to attend our opening session. You’ll hear from IPMA Board of Directors President Sherri Isbell, learn where IPMA’s 2021 Conference will be, and be inspired by our keynote speaker Dr. Trish
In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association
The only professional association dedicated exclusively to the needs of all in-house corporate publishing, printing, and distribution professionals.
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IPMA's mission is to guide, educate, and support in-house print and mail professionals toward growth and successful service to their parent institutions.
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Join the IPMA community to network, interact with In-Plants of all kinds both large and small, and get new ideas to grow your In-Plant and discover the latest in technology.
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IPMA hits the road with regional mini-conferences for In-Plants: new ideas, emerging technology, networking, vendors, In-Plant tours, and … Regional mini-conferences for In-Plants. Education, vendor fairs, and more. about IPMA Road Shows
June 8 - June 11, 2020 IPMA presents 4 days of in-plant focused webinars by in-plant experts from across the country. We’ll have sessions twice … A four-day online event featuring in-plant experts from across the country. about Webinar Series
The only printing contest exclusively for in-plants from all industry segments. Co-sponsored by IPMA and In-Plant Impressions. Entry … All entries are in. Stay tuned for this year's winners. about In-Print Awards
Be A FrontRunner June 2-6, 2019 The Galt House Hotel Louisville, KY We came from across the United States to … Videos, photos, stories and more-- explore the amazing event that was IPMA 2019 and see what an IPMA educational conference is all about. about IPMA 2019 Conference Highlights
IPMA's members come from not only those involved in printing, publishing and graphic design, but also mailing, fulfillment and distribution from all industry segments including colleges, universities, associations, hospitals, insurance, manufacturing, primary and secondary education, religious organizations, local/state/national governments and utilities.IPMA Membership Benefits
IPMA is unique in the way that we are all on the same playing field and stage. There are no secrets to what we do and we can all share our experiences and knowledge together. The common thread is that if you are experiencing something, then chances are so is someone else.
Richard SilverDirector of Mail and Print Services, George Fox University
When I was hired as State Printer, the very first thing I did was become an IPMA member, it is that important.
Tim HendrixState of Oregon Publishing & Distribution
Membership in IPMA has been the most valuable tool for me as manager of the City of Denton’s in-plant.
Tonya DemersonCity of Denton
The IPMA Community is a resource that’s available to you at all times. You have the industry’s top experts ready to assist and advise you at any time. All you have to do is post your question.
Tammy GoldenDepartment of General Services for the State of TN
IPMA is an Association run by the members, for the benefit of the members. The single most important advantage IPMA has over other groups, is the fact that we do not compete with each other. What one shop does will not affect what another shop in the same vicinity does. Different customers, different missions, different scopes of work. What it does foster is an environment where help and resources are always available and shared by members
John SarantakosUniversity of Oklahoma